I like to call my comic a comic, as it is pictures telling a story. Obviously the format is much different from a regular comic, what I'm drawing is more of an animatic. When I'm setting up each frame, I'm thinking about the story boarding I did in college. When you flip from one frame to the next, you can see the movement of the characters gestures, or change in expression. I like it a lot, because it reminds me of animation, without any actual animation. I have a lot of fun flipping between each panel and seeing the movement I put in. It wouldn't work if I completely redrew the picture each frame. In fact, it would look jarring. I would hate it. There would be no point to putting that sort of thing into a flash comic, when it could be presented without requiring action from the viewer. I've seen comics that don't utilize their medium as much as well as they could.
I try not to be too lazy, and switch up my camera angles multiple times in a scene. But, sometimes I do get lazy. Especially if there are a lot of characters in a scene. Or if the characters aren't moving around a lot. If you ever see me doing that, feel free to call me out or make suggestions on what would have worked better ='D
If you can move the frame, and its just a character moving a little, I'm trying to show some movement, and hopefully, I've made up for it by making the entire page longer. I try to keep my pages between 10-15 panels. So even though I'm not redrawing each one from scratch, it's still a lot of work. I do try to accomplish something in each page.
I think there are things a page comic can get away with that a flash comic can't and visa versa.
Overall, I really like working with the flash comic medium. And I like to read both flash and regular comics. I had been wanting to type up a journal about flash comics, but I got off on a tangent and now I should stop procrastinating from this dialogue/group scene so I can get a satisfactory amount of angles ;u;
Eating: pistachio ice cream